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Red Skelton Show

The Red Skelton Show was a comedy series broadcast from 1939 to 1953. After his 1937 appearances on The Rudy Vallee Show, Red Skelton became a regular on NBC's Avalon Time, sponsored by Avalon Cigarettes.

On October 7, 1941, Skelton premiered his own radio show, The Raleigh Cigarette Program, developing comedy routines involving a number of recurring characters, including punch-drunk boxer Cauliflower McPugg, inebriated Willie Lump-Lump and "mean widdle kid" Junior, whose favorite phrase ("I dood it!") became part of the American lexicon.

There are 197 shows in our collection! Date Aired
Housing Shortage December 18, 1945
Christmas Trees December 25, 1945
The Postman April 9, 1946
Easy Money April 16, 1946
Old Letters and Trouble April 23, 1946
The Dentist April 30, 1946
Firemen May 7, 1946
It Pays To Look Well May 21, 1946
People Who Hurt Others May 28, 1946
Trying To Be Helpful May 28, 1946
Vacations Vol I June 4, 1946
Vacations Vol II September 10, 1946
Some People Won't Pay Their Debts April 2, 1946
Newspapers March 26, 1946
Traffic is Terrible March 19, 1946
Local Department Stores January 15, 1946
People Celebrating January 22, 1946
Looking for Trouble January 29, 1946
Hospital Capers February 5, 1946
Meeting People February 12, 1946
Department Stores February 17, 1946
Stray Animal February 19, 1946
Telephones February 26, 1946
What Has Happened To Our Theater March 5, 1946
Barbers September 17, 1946
AND MANY MORE

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